Interface Age evolved out of the club newsletter for the Southern California Computer Society: SCCS Interface. The magazine catered to a fairly technical readership and offered product reviews as well as programming information and coverage of more technical topics. Starting out as the newsletter of the first successful national computer club, the Southern California Computer Society (SCCS), then changing its name to Interface, it was staffed by volunteers before it became Interface Age under publisher Bob Jones and began focusing on business computing. SCCS itself was a victim of "Col. Whitney," a swindler who absconded with thousands of dollars invested in its group purchase plan; in the end, the club was destroyed by the lawsuits that ensued.
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